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Matter in the universe is loosing their propierties?

Matter has many definitions, but the most common is that it is any substance which has mass and occupies space (http://physics.about.com/od/glossary/g/Matter.htm)

The latest definition of mass: Mass is the quantity of inertia possessed by an object or the proportion between force and acceleration referred to in Newton's Second Law of Motion. (http://physics.about.com/od/glossary/g/mass.htm).

Eistein says:
1-That there are four major forces in the universe: gravitation, weak nuclear, strong nuclear and electromagnetic.
2- Matter can not be created or destroyed, only transformed.
3-Weght of matter goes to infinity when gravity is too big (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHHz4mB9GKY).

If the matter can be transformed into something that loose its masive propierties, for example gravitational force, infinite mutiplied by zero is zero.

The aparent discovery of the Higgs Boson particle open this possibility.

Is it possible that matter is transformed in such a way that looses its propierties on the center of the black holes due to its colapse?

Is this possible transformation of matter explains why the universe is expanding, the space bends with gravitational force or the existance of dark matter?

Topics: Matter mass universe
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